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AAT calls on Government to reconsider proposed Rent a Room tax relief changes - 9 August 2018

The Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has called on the Government to rethink its proposals to reform Rent a Room tax relief, amid concerns that the changes would result in “unnecessary complexity.”

The professions that pay the most income tax revealed - 8 August 2018

Bankers and insurance brokers face a bigger income tax burden than ever before, accounting for more of the Governments largest source of tax revenue than any other industry.

Small businesses anticipating strong growth over next two years - 6 August 2018

UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are expecting growth of up to 40 per cent over the next two years, a new study reveals.

Do you have unreported foreign income or profits? - 3 August 2018

HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has warned taxpayers to declare any foreign income or profits on offshore assets before 30 September to avoid unwanted penalties.

SMEs urged to keep up with digital payments demand - 2 August 2018

A new study suggests that UK small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need to embrace digital payments technology in order to keep up with consumer demand.

A quarter of UK SME bosses take just five days’ holiday per year - 1 August 2018

According to research from Hitachi Capital Business Finance, almost a quarter of small business owners in the UK (24 per cent) have taken fewer than five days holiday in the last year, with an astonishing 15 per cent taking no

Call to increase auto-enrolment pension contributions - 30 July 2018

MPs say that automatic pension enrolment is fundamental to funding a new era of retirement, which is becoming increasingly reliant on private rather than public savings.